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Amazing Cheese Wedding Cake

Posted on September 15th, 2012

Today one very happy customer sent us the result of a unique wedding cake she built…out of cheese!

The cake comprised a base of Goulds Cheddar, Red Lecister & Double Glouster whilst the middle layer was a full 2.5kg Blacksticks Blue. Finally the cake was topped by four Ravens Oak cheeses, with their white rind giving a lovely contrast to the deep orangey hue of the Blacksticks Blue.

We think a cheese cake is not just a brilliant idea for a wedding but a party in general, its unique and does two jobs in one! Everyone loves farmhouse cheese, which means there will never be any waste, and if there is…it won’t stay around for long as people rush to take the leftovers home!

Let us know what you think of this lovely cheese cake or if you need anything similar, get in touch with us at Butlers Larder.



Exciting News From The Grocer

Posted on September 2nd, 2012

We’ve just heard from the lovely people at The Grocer magazine that we have made its Top 20 Regional Gems lists – The Cheeseboard – which will be published in the annual dairymen feature in the trade magazine.


Trotter Hill & friends


Our very special Trotter Hill Tasty Lancashire made the cut and we’re delighted!

Trotters Hill is a fully matured and very special rinded Lancashire Cheese. It is named after the steep hill near to our dairy in Inglewhite village. The locals used to trot horses there during the village fair.

We wrap Trotters Hill in muslin and store it at Throstle Nest Barn for one yearunique flora in the barn gives the cheese its deep, complex, savoury flavour and creamy pale yellow colour. We recommend enjoying it with a glass of your favourite local ale!

You can buy it from our online shop


Try Something New – What I Want From My Coffee

Posted on November 1st, 2011
Jabana - Taster Pack

Jabana - Taster Pack

This morning I went out to a local coffee shop and ordered my usual Latte, it cost me £2.80 and it was ordinary! The coffee was strong yet it had no depth of flavour. In contrast this afternoon as I sat drinking my coffee I found myself marvelling at the unique flavours and aromas of Madani’s Jabana blend. The sweet taste of the latte lingered in my mouth, it felt special. Furthermore the single serving had cost only 30 pence, another win!


I want to share my joy of this coffee with you. Consequently, for a limited period, I will be sending out taster bags with all cheese orders and Jabana will be on promotion!


I hope you enjoy the coffee as much as me and look forward to hearing your thoughts.


Keep Smiling,